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Appendix A: Map of the Cabanis’s greenbul study area showing the location of the four forest fragments NG, FU, ND, and CH (dark gray) and the composition of the intervening landscape.
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Appendix B: Map of the natterjack toad study area located in southern Belgium.
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Appendix C: Parameters of SMS runs performed to estimate connectivity for the Cabanis’s greenbul and the natterjack toad.
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Appendix D: Genotyping procedure and genotypic data quality assessment for the Cabanis’s greenbul.
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Appendix E: Map-based comparison between methods for the natterjack toad.
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Appendix F: Connectivity estimates between Cabanis’s greenbul populations.
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Appendix G: Connectivity estimates between toad populations.
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Appendix H: Effect of varying the SMS perceptual range (PR) parameter on the Mantel correlation of the estimated numbers of migrant natterjack toads between sites per generation from the migrate model with estimated connectivity between sites predicted by SMS (red diamonds) using the cost landscape gridded at 3-m resolution and a directional persistence of 10.
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Supplement 1: SMS model used to estimate connectivity for Cabanis’s greenbul Phyllastrephus cabanisi.
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Supplement 2: SMS model used to estimate connectivity for the natterjack toad Epidalea calamita.
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Supplement 3: SAS macro to perform a Mantel test for correlation between two connectivity matrices.
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